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#BringBackDrDanger August 17 2015

It's time to #BringBackDrDanger and his merry band of pirates to the final round of America's Got Talent. It's wild card time - please vote once a day, every day, until the poll closes.

http://www.poll-maker.com/poll389278x1B7b4170-15


EVENT - Round TWO of "America's Got Danger" - oh, Talent! July 21 2015

Tune in tonight 7pm CT for Dr Danger's Daredevil AllStars - #JudgeCuts with Michael Buble!

 


EVENT - America's Got DANGER - TONIGHT on NBC June 16 2015

Catch Dr Danger and his Daredevil AllStars RULE America's Got Talent TONIGHT 7pm CT

 


PRESS RELEASE April 16 2015

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CONTACT: Carolyn Emery

drdangerstunts.carolyn@gmail.com

 

January 1st, 2015

Dr Danger Stunts has officially announced that the entertainer known as Dr Danger, Star and co-creator of History Channel’s “American Daredevils”, has severed his previous business arrangement with stunt collaborator Nikki McBurnett, aka Mighty Aphrodite.

Mighty Aphrodite, professionally trained by Dr Danger as an amazing daredevil femme fatale’, one of only a handful of female daredevils in the entire world, is after a seven year partnership, quotes Danger, “ready to take control of her own career and I support her decision to do so 169%.”

The seven years was said to be by ‘The Girl’ – as Danger often refers to McBurnett, “a whirl wind adventure of reckless abandoned.” McBurnett mentioned many hard miles on the “long ass reckless Danger Highway, crashing and burning our way across America. I’ll miss working with Danger, but he’s taught me well. It’s time to make my own mark in this industry.”


Please direct any questions to the offices of Emory and Ulman at drdangerstunts.carolyn@gmail.com


PRESS RELEASE August 22 2014

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CONTACT: Carolyn Emery

drdangerstunts.carolyn@gmail.com

 

Dr Danger, star and co-producer of the History Channel’s series, “American Daredevils,” returns to Jackson County Speedway in Maquoketa, Iowa, August 30, 2014, just over a year after a spectacular stunt went wrong, nearly ending his life.

“It’s the cost of doing business. And my business is danger,” said the lanky, charismatic daredevil, also known as Gregory E. Carpenter. “This will be my first stunt since I broke my back and ankle here last July. The people in Iowa are the best, and I can’t think of a better place to get back in the saddle.”

Last year’s stunt, jumping an ambulance off a 12ft ramp into a 50ft silo standing on its end, was featured on “American Daredevils.”

As he starts his 25th anniversary “Too Tough To Die Tour” as a professional stuntman, daredevil, and master of fire stunts that never fail to bring the crowd to its feet, Dr Danger is eager to get back to doing what he does best – entertaining his legion of fans and giving them a spectacular show they will be talking about for months to come.

“It’s been a tough recuperation, but the hardest part has been not being able to entertain. This is what I do, and I can’t wait to do it again!” says Carpenter, who, over the years, has worked as a dishwasher, mechanic, tow truck driver, and other odd jobs between stunt seasons just to make ends meet. “I’ve put it all on the line to hear the applause of the people in the stands and send them home with a proper dose of good old-fashioned American entertainment.”

“I am an entertainer,” he says, “Now I get to show my fans in Iowa what this daredevil is really made of. You don’t quit. You follow your dreams, no matter where they may lead.” Carpenter’s dreams have led him around the United States and to several countries, where his television show remains a huge hit.

Dr Danger’s stunts have been featured at small and large venues and events across the country and abroad for 24 years. His work has been featured in National Geographic, MTV’s Nitro Circus, CBS Sunday Morning, Fuel TV and more. Each show is custom- made for the venue and features performances ranging from fire stunts to massive multi-car crashes.

Jackson County Speedway – Saturday, August 30, 2014

1212 E Quarry St, Maquoketa, IA

Adults $15 – Seniors $12 – Children (13-17) $9 – 12 and under FREE

 


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Austinites' long wait over with History Channel premiere: Austin Business Journals


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Daredevils Throughout History: USNEWS


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'American Daredevils:' Spectacular stunts, broken bones : Red Eye Chicago


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‘American Daredevils’ looks at the lives of risk takers doing Knievel-style stunts : Fox News


MEDIA PUBLICATION October 23 2013

Get Your Kicks With 'American Daredevils': The Austin Chronicle